Giblets aren't the most delicious part of a meal, but Maserati has decided that they need to compete in the Thanksgiving meal market. Oh, I've just been told this is a car and it's called a Ghibli, not a Giblets. It also sounds like a Norseman gargling hammers. It's also delightfully frustrating.
It is sometimes said that there is no way to get out of a race car without looking awkward. I think Heidi Klum just proved everyone wrong in this photo shoot, where she makes the Maserati lineup look even better than it already did.
The Super Bowl ad for the Maserati Ghibli blew the doors off of everybody, mostly because car nuts weren't expecting it and most Americans hadn't heard of it. But after that one ad, everybody's now looking up Maserati's entry offering. And as the Maserati site is currently down, this is your Maserati Ghibli explainer.
Maserati is planning to sell 50,000 cars a year, and the entry-level Ghibli is the model that can take it there.